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Hopkins Named Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Stacy Hopkins, who currently serves as director of Financial Aid at IUP, has accepted the position of executive director of Undergraduate Admissions at IUP. She will begin this new role on September 1, 2015.
Maier Returns to Applied Research Lab
The School of Graduate Studies and Research is pleased to announce that Christoph Maier, associate professor of Mathematics, will return as coordinator of the Applied Research Lab.
Music Professor Solos with Hollidaysburg Community Band
Heidi Lucas performed Claude T. Smith’s “Three Contrasts for Horn and Band,” Jack Stamp’s “Concert Piece for Horn and Band,” and James Ployhar’s “Horns on the Run” with the Hollidaysburg Community Band, under the direction of Doug Stephens, on June 28, 2015.
Nominate Alumni for Distinguished Career Achievement
The IUP Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the Distinguished Alumni Award, presented each year to alumni who have reached the pinnacle of their careers or who have provided outstanding service to IUP.
Get Your Alumni Group Together at Homecoming
First, mark your calendar for Homecoming on October 3, 2015. Second, if you want to reserve a spot for your group at the pre-game celebration, contact the Alumni Relations Office.
Culinary Alumnus Selected to Compete in 2015 Ment'or Young Chef Competition
A 2014 Culinary Arts alumnus has been selected to compete in the 2015 Ment’or Young Chef Competition for a top prize of $10,000.
Your Gift to University Family Builds a Better IUP Experience
Nearly 800 faculty and staff members have supported scholarships and programs that benefit students through the University Family Drive. Today is the last day to be a part of this drive. Please join in this precedent-setting effort. When you give, it sends a message to others that we are invested in our great university.
Chemistry Student Dinh Featured on Pennsylvania State System Website
Working under the direction of Chemistry faculty member Justin Fair, IUP student Minh Quan Dinh helped to design a new mid-semester capstone laboratory exercise for organic chemistry. The capstone lab is designed to immerse students in a real-world laboratory situation found in the chemical industry.
Biology Professor Publishes on Kidney Development in Zebrafish
Biology Faculty Publishes on Kidney Development in Zebrafish
Navajo Indian Reservation Service-Learning Program Offered Through Sociology
The Department of Sociology is offering a unique program giving IUP students the opportunity to spend ten days in service learning on a Navajo Indian reservation.
Chemistry Faculty Publish Scholarly Works
Members of the IUP Chemistry Department produced scholarly work this past academic year resulting in journal articles and a book chapter.
Williamson Presents Paper on the Place of 1930s Poetry in Holocaust Studies
Michael T. Williamson, Department of English, presented “‘It Survives / In the Valley of Its Saying’: W. H. Auden, Jacob Glatstein, and the Place of 1930s Poetry in Holocaust Studies,” at the 17th annual Conference of the Space Between Society at the University of Notre Dame on June 20, 2015.
Faziani Presents Paper on Works by George Orwell and Robert Musil
Peter Faziani, a student in the IUP Graduate Program in Literature and Theory, presented “Domestic Homes, Modernity, and Forbidden Nostalgia in George Orwells Coming Up for Air and Robert Musils The Man Without Qualities” at the Conference of the Space Between Society on June 21, 2015.
Taylor Receives NSF Funding Award
John Taylor, Department of Geoscience, received a funding award from the National Science Foundation for his project, “Biostratigraphic and Paleogeographic Utility of Cambrian-Ordovician Triolobite Faunas in Alaska.”
Kenning Receives Funding Award from U.S. Dept of Energy
Gregory Kenning, Department of Physics, received a funding award from the U.S. Department of Energy, in cooperation with University of Texas-Austin, for year one of his project, “Phase Transitions in Mesoscopic Systems.”
Anderson and Zimmerman Receive PennDOT Funding
John Anderson and Sherri Zimmerman, Administrative Leadership Studies Training and Research Center, received a funding award from PennDOT for their project, “DBE Methodology and Goal.”